Splanchnic tissue oxygenation, but not brain tissue oxygenation, increases after feeds in stable preterm neonates tolerating full bolus orogastric feeding

V. Dave, L. P. Brion, D. E. Campbell, M. Scheiner, C. Raab, S. M. Nafday

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